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Police release photos from theft of more than $300K worth of watches from Tourneau at The Westchester mall

Officials report that the trio stole more than

Officials report that the trio stole more than $300,000 worth of high-end watches during the robbery. Photo Credit: News 12

WHITE PLAINS - Police have released four surveillance photos of the three suspects accused in a smash-and-grab robbery Sunday at The Westchester in White Plains.

While police say the suspects did a good job of covering up, they believe someone will recognize something about them that could lead to their arrests.

Officials report that the trio stole more than $300,000 worth of high-end watches during the robbery.

Investigators say the suspects are black men in their late 20s or early 30s. All of the suspects have beards and were wearing baseball caps. One suspect was carrying a gun.

The trio is accused of smashing through a glass display case with hammers at the Tourneau store and stealing seven Rolex watches.

As shoppers fled, a security guard tackled one of the robbers but fell through a glass window. The three suspects then escaped.

Anyone with information about any of the three suspects is urged to contact White Plains police.

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